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GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***
GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***
GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***
GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***
GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***
GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***
GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***
GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***
GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***
GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***
GTFO WRIST STRAP                                                 ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***

GTFO WRIST STRAP ***Expected to Ship Mid to Late April***

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$6.99
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$6.99
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***Most colors on back order, all items purchased with any back order GTFO Wrist strap will ship together.****

BLUF: These wristbands give you the capability to break glass with minimal effort.

Q: What is the best vehicle escape tool in an emergency?

A: The one you have on you.

Lightweight, fully adjustable, and discreet; these straps are made of an elastic material and a tungsten carbide stryker bead. Designed by 4TAC5, this tool facilitates emergency vehicle egress via side or rear windows in confined spaces.


To deploy simply remove wrist strap, place around thumb and forefinger, pull back on the projectile and release...